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Chicago Attorney Peter Olson operates a general civil practice not unlike my own. He also blogs actively on Chicago area real estate matters at Closing Real Estate in Chicago.

I don't know him personally yet, but I owe him some modest debt of gratitude for inspiring me to start this blawg. I have been looking at Peter's musings and alerts for some time now. If you have not seen it yet, you might probably ought to.

Now that I have praised him, lets all agree that he may have questionable tastes in regard to reviews of other blogs...

(thanks Peter, its nice to get noticed)


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